applesource is a newsletter produced by Apple Computer Inc. for its dealers, published from 1978 to 1985 on first a "Semi-regular", then monthly schedule. Topics: applesource, newsletter, Apple Computer Inc., dealership, Apple II, Apple III, Apple ///
applesource is a newsletter produced by Apple Computer Inc. for its dealers, published from 1978 to 1985 on first a "Semi-regular", then monthly schedule. Topics: applesource, newsletter, dealership, Apple Computer Inc., Apple II, Apple III, Apple ///
This an internal Apple memo with a matrix describing all the ways the various floppy drives made by Apple could be connected to their computers. It is dated September 8, 1982 and the “IIIr” mentioned probably refers to the revised Apple III released in late 1981. The “IIIe” probably means “III enhanced”, later released as the Apple III Plus. It also describes connections to the unreleased UniFile and DuoFile floppy disk drive products. Topics: Apple Computer Inc., internal memo, floppy disk drive, product guide
Apple Education News was a "periodic news source" for the education market. This is issue #3, May 1980 and covers news and products Apple released at the National Computer Conference in 1980. Topics: Apple Computer, Apple Education News, educational, newsletter, NCC 80, National Computer Conference
Welcome to Newton introducing the Newton handheld PDA was produced by Apple Computer in 1994 and included as a VHS tape with every Newton Messagepad 100 shipped. Thanks Marcin Wichary for this video. Topics: Digibarn, computer history, apple newton, user interfaces
applesource is a newsletter produced by Apple Computer Inc. for its dealers, published from 1978 to 1985 on first a "Semi-regular", then monthly schedule. Topics: applesource, newsletter, Apple Computer Inc., apple ii, apple iii, apple ///, dealership
This is A Personal Guide to Personal Computers, published by Apple in 1982 for new users, beginners, and prospective first time buyers. Topics: Apple II, Apple Computer, A Personal Guide to Personal Computers
This is the first edition of the Macintosh Selling Guide , a booklet designed by Apple to help acquaint dealerships and salespeople with the upcoming new computer. The first portion of the pamphlet goes over the basics of Macintosh, how it stacks up against the IBM PC, where it fits in the Apple product family and some suggestions for how to approach potential new customers. As Apple introduced new models and related software and peripherals, the Selling Guide was updated and new revisions... Topics: Apple Computer, Macintosh, vintage, sales guide, retail
From the slip cover: 'Written and produced by the people at Apple Computer, this manual is the defnitive guide to the advanced features of the ImageWriter II printer. If you are an experienced computer user and you want to write your own program to use the ImageWriter II, or if you are running a program that can be configured for a specific printer, this manual is for you." This is a hard-to-find, out-of-print book on a popular vintage printer. This document is being uploaded in the hopes... Topics: ImageWriter, Computer Programming, Specifications, Printing, Macintosh, Apple II
Apple Presents Applewriter II Training Disk. 1984 by Apple Computer, Inc. This training disk will teach you the basics of Apple Writer II (version 2.), a sophisticated word processing program that lets you create, edit, and print memos, letters, contracts -- any sort of business or personal document. On this disk, we'll tell you something about Apple Writer or ask you to performa a specific step by putting a frame on the screen -- just like the one you're reading now. And behind the frame,...
MacWorks is an Apple Lisa software program which shipped with the Macintosh XL. It allowed 64K Apple Macintosh ROM emulation so the Macintosh XL could run Mac OS programs. Initially developed and distributed by Apple Computer, Inc. beginning in 1984, MacWorks went through several revisions before the program was transferred to Sun Remarketing, who continued development and distribution after the Macintosh XL was discontinued. Topics: Apple Computer, Macintosh, Apple Lisa, Macintosh XL, MacWorks
applesource is a newsletter produced by Apple Computer Inc. for its dealers, published from 1978 to 1985 on first a "Semi-regular", then monthly schedule. Topics: applesource, Apple Computer, dealership, apple ii, apple iii, apple ///
applesource, a monthly newsletter by Apple Computer Inc., for members of its dealer network. Published from 1978 to 1985. Topics: applesource, Apple Computer Inc., dealership, Apple II, Apple III, Apple ///
applesource is a newsletter produced by Apple Computer Inc. for its dealers, published from 1978 to 1985 on first a "Semi-regular", then monthly schedule. Topics: applesource, newsletter, Apple Computer Inc., dealership, apple ii, apple iii, apple ///
1982 or 1983 Apple video introducing the Lisa computer, Kevin Costner starring Two kinds of people..." a short piece introducing the Apple Lisa computer, with actor Kevin Costner late 1982 or early 1983 video by Apple featuring the Lisa 1. This one is special due to lovely cinematography and actor Kevin Costner. A strange thing to note about this piece is Mr. Costner's awkward use of the mouse with his left hand an gripping the mouse in a way nobody does today. I guess this might have been... Topics: Digibarn, computer history, apple lisa, user interfaces, Kevin Costner
Manual for Dow Jones News and Quotes Reporter for the Apple II. The Dow Jones News & Quotes Reporter is a program that brings you news from the Dow Jones News Wire, the Wall Street Journal, and Barron's, and brings you quotes from the Dow Jones Data Base. The program works with the Apple II or Apple II Plus computer; the Apple Disk II disk drive with a controller set up to use 16-sector diskettes; and equipment that connects the computer to a telephone line. When the Apple is connected to... Topics: dow, jones, apple, Apple II, Dow Jones, screen, program, type, quotes, Stock Quotes, news, press,...
Apple Chronicle 1992 CD-ROM, .DMG Format. Certain Macs produced around 1992, like the Centris 610, included with the bundled CDs one called the "Apple Chronicle," which contained some software demos and a HyperCard newsletter evangelizing Apple's new QuickTime technology, which at the time was pretty jaw-droppingly awesome. There were several hints in the content that the Chronicle was intended to be a periodic publication, but to my knowledge, only the one issue was ever produced.... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Apple, CD-ROM, Chronicle, 1992
Apple Guide to the Macintosh Family Hardware, Second Edition, from Apple Computer. For Macintosh Plus, Macintosh SE, Macintosh SE/30, Macintosh Portable, Macintosh II, Macintosh IIx, Macintosh IIcx, Macintosh IIci, Macintosh IIfx. Topics: macintosh, data, ram, address, signal, interrupt, scsi, disk, computer, video, macintosh portable,...
The Knowledge Navigator concept piece by Apple Computer (1987) inspired by the earlier "dynabook" vision and work of Alan Kay Digibarn site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/movies/knowledge-navigator.html Topics: digibarn, computer history, apple, knowledge navigator, Alan Kay
This is the Apple Service Level I Technical Procedures #072-0062 Vol II (Jan 1986 updates edition) binder. It contains technical procedures, take-apart, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance and illustrated parts lists for the following Apple products: SilenType, Dot Matrix, Daisy Wheel and Scribe printers; Apple Color Plotter ; Apple Graphics Table (RFI and Non-RFI versions) ; Apple Numeric Keypad (Apple II/II Plus; and Apple //e versions) ; and the ill-fated Macintosh Office ( Apple... Topics: Apple Service Technical Procedures, SilenType, Apple Dot Matrix, Apple Daisy Wheel, Apple Scribe,...